Dani Jakob's "geometrical gaze" derives from a lake of salt without perspective, an anti-space, a non-place. A land that defies unequivocal decipherment.
Geometrical silk paintings contrast with the amorphous salt pictures created using the chemical process of salt crystalisation, reminiscent of aerial photographs of distand lands and coastlines. Both of these compontents make up for spatially expansive floor paintings.
With a poem by Klaus Theweleit.
2007, 48 pp, 32 full page colour illustrations, 270 x 220 mm, 500 numbered copies, ISBN 978-3-940215-04-8.